Laurie Kohen MD

Laurie L Kohen, MD

medical group
4.8 / 5

Specialties: Dermatology

Board Certification and Education

Education

  • University of Michigan, MI, 2005

Residencies & Internships

  • Henry Ford Hospital, Dermatology, MI, 2009
  • Oakwood Medical Center, Transitional, MI, 2006

About Me

Title
Dermatology Residency, Associate Program Director

Languages

English

Gender

Female
  • Blog Posts
    • The Truth About Mole Changes & Skin Cancer

      Moles are common and sometimes change as we age. How to know what mole changes are normal and when you need to worry that they are a sign of skin cancer.

    • 6 Unexpected Sources Of Sun Damage

      When heading to the beach, chances are good that you don a hat and sunglasses and apply sun protection like SPF 30+ lotion. Unfortunately, sun damage can also creep in when you’re least expecting it. Here are 6 unexpected sources of damage that help explain why dermatologists recommend wearing sun protection every day.

    • Annual Skin Cancer Screening Can Be Life Saving

      One in five Americans will develop skin cancer in their lifetime. Learn how to protect yourself and why an annual skin cancer screening is so vital.

    • Adult Acne: Why We Get It & How To Treat It

      A lot of people think you leave pimples behind in your teen years, but hormone changes, stress and skin conditions can cause acne to flare up in adulthood.

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Locations

Hospital Privileges

  • Henry Ford Hospital
  • Henry Ford West Bloomfield Hospital

Patient Ratings

Overall Patient Ratings:

4.8 out of 5
155 Ratings

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